Problems aren’t ruining your relationships; the problems within your relationships are causing your problems.
“I found Christ, now what?”
Many folks silently ask this question days, weeks, or years after accepting Jesus Christ as their personal Savior. Similar questions may have occurred to you about marriage, having children, or while contemplating the hairy half-ton of equine attitude looking right back at you over the paddock gate.
If you have both teenagers and horses you may have already noted some similarities in expression and challenge. The teenage “attitude” and equine “attitude” often look ver-r-ry much the same.
The most important relationships make life worth living. The quality of your life is the sum of the quality of your relationships. The quality of your relationships depends on what you do every day. The only reality in life is today. If your relationships aren’t perfect, join the club. The question is what do you intend to do about it? How great is your commitment? What are you willing to change to become the bride or groom you were, the expectant parent you were, the crazy horse kid you were, and the beloved child of Christ that you are?
How can you do it?